Let me begin this guest post with a short introduction. My name is Chris Sweet and I am the Information Literacy Librarian at Illinois Wesleyan University (Central Illinois). I had been following Maureen's blog as well as her publications for some time prior to meeting her in-person at this year's LOEX Conference in Columbus, OH. Both of us have discovered a real passion for service-learning and have seen first-hand how adding information literacy elements to service-learning courses can create even stronger and more effective classes.
The new issue of LOEX Quarterly is out and part II of my article is published. It isn't posted in Wright State University's CORE (Campus Online Repository) yet, but it will be there soon. Check back here next week, perhaps: http://core.libraries.wright.edu/handle/2374.WSU/5843 Barry, M. (2011). Librarians as Partners in Service-Learning Courses (Part II). LOEX Quarterly: 38(2), Article 4.
The new issue of LOEX Quarterly is out, and my article is finally published! Thank you, Brad Seitz, Managing Editor, for your patience and guidance while I was working on this article. Part II will be published in the next issue. Barry, M. (2011). Librarians as Partners in Service-Learning Courses (Part I). LOEX Quarterly: 38(1), Article 5. Check it out if your library belongs to LOEX! According to the LOEX Quarterly site: "Only the most recent four electronic issues (i.e., the most recent year) are password-protected.